Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Sweden

Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Sweden
Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Sweden

Officially a coastal island, this Scandinavian nation has it all. mountains, glaciers, lakes, and deep forests. But it is also home to this weird and wonderful lot…

 


Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Sweden


 

Stockholm Metro Art
Stockholm Metro Art

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The underground train system doesn’t sound like a great place for tourist to see, but in Stockholm, some of the stations have been given amazing art makeovers!

The Fruit and Scent Playground, Liljeholmen
The Fruit and Scent Playground, Liljeholmen

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If you want the kids to have a play and like the smell of fruit, this could be the ultimate playground for you.

Tree Hotel, Harads
Tree Hotel, Harads

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These stylish and modern tree cabins are suspended 6 meters off the ground and have toasty radiant floors!

Rauk, Fårö
Rauk, Fårö

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These amazing sea stacks (called “rauks”) are amazing to look at, and some are even shaped like dogs! Well, it looks a bit like a dog anyway.

Nimis, Ladonia
Nimis, Ladonia

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Made from tonnes of driftwood, this amazing wooden sculpture is art that keeps growing and growing, the more driftwood that appears.

øresund bridge, Malmö
øresund bridge, Malmö

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The Øresund Bridge crosses the border between Denmark and Sweden, but in the dead of night seems to fall instantly into the water!

Ängelholm UFO Memorial, Ängelholm
Ängelholm UFO-Memorial, Ängelholm

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This weird looking sculpture is a memorial to a Swedish hockey player’s encounter with aliens! There are not too many sculptures around the world that mark the remembrance to a UFO landing!

Old Tjikko, Mountain of Dalarna
Old Tjikko, Mountain of Dalarna

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Trees grow, and some trees fall, but Old Tjikko the tree has been growing and standing tall for over 9,550 years! I wouldn’t like the job of counting those rings to verify it!

Storsjon's Highway Ice Bridge, Storsjön
Storsjon’s Highway Ice Bridge, Storsjön

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It is not often you get the chance to drive across one of the world’s biggest lakes, but every winter that is what this road allows you to do. Do it quickly before global warming makes this impossible!

Icehotel, Jukkasjärvi
Icehotel, Jukkasjärvi

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While it is true that there are a few ice hotels around the world, the one located in northern Sweden was the world’s first and no tour of the weird would be complete without spending the night inside of it.

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